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Blue Waters models helicase

Using the Blue Waters supercomputer, University of Illinois researchers make new discoveries on how DNA gets repaired by a molecular machine, the first simulation work to provide an atomistic-level look at what is happening in the helicase.

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Hours
Jobs Started
3716
Jobs Queued
4028
Jobs Completed
3311

TOTAL COMPUTING POWER DELIVERED

    Since Blue Waters went into production on March 28, 2013, it has provided 24.9 billion core - hours to scientists and engineers across the country .

LARGEST JOBS CURRENTLY RUNNING

Jobs are Aggregated by Project

Science Group Node Type Cores Core Hours
Simulating Faintest Galaxies in the JWST Era (Jobs:6)
PI: Nickolay Gnedin, University of Chicago
XE41696
Probing New Physics in Galaxy Formation at Ultra-High Resolution (Jobs:193)
PI: Philip Hopkins, California Institute of Technology
XE70720
Impact of Stellar structure on Core-collapse Supernovae and their Ejecta (Jobs:4)
PI: Eric Lentz, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
XE87232
The Computational Microscope (Jobs:40)
PI: Emad Tajkhorshid, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
XK8832
Fully kinetic PIC-DSMC-MCC approach for modeling of electric thruster plasma plumes and their interaction with solar panel surfaces, using multi-GPU CHAOS solver (Jobs:2)
PI: Deborah Levin, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
XK4608

CURRENT RUNNING JOBS BY SCIENCE AREA